Along the Coast:
Tour Caesarea Maritima, Roman period metropolis along the coast, known also for important events in Christian and Jewish history.
West of Caesarea, explore the Roman water supply system by walking through on the water systems at “Mei Kedem“.
Explore Akko, former capital city of the Crusaders. Stroll in its market, explore its underground Templars Tunnel and the Hospitallers Citadel / “The Knights Halls”; go for a Boat ride, visit Al-Jazzar Mosque, the unique Akko Mosaics synagogue, and the nearby Tomb of Baha’u’llah site.
Join a tour to visit “Nazareth Village“, an open air museum that reenacts life in the Galilee in the tims of Jesus.
Enter Cana, possible location of the “first miracle” performed by Jesus (John 2), and visit the churches of the village, and possibly try some of the local wine.
Ascend up to top of Mount Tabor, and learn about the history of the mountain, and especially the Christian tradition of the Transfiguration.
Visit Beth Shearim, hometown of Rabbi Judah the Prince, who codified the “Mishna and whose burial at the site turned it to a large Necropolis.
Visit the ancient synagogue at Hamat Tiberias . Continue to Tiberias and the Abulafia Synagogue, the “Tomb of Maimonides, “Tomb of the Matriarchs”, tomb of “Tomb of Rabbi Me’ir Ba’al Hanes”, “Tomb of Rachel“, “Tomb of Rabbi Akiva“, and Mount Berenice.
Stroll on the old “Founders street” of Rosh Pina and learn about the first Zionist pioneers and their struggles.
Learn about the “Sermon on the Mount” at Mount of Beatitudes and enjoy the stunning panormica view at the site.
Visit Capernaum, “the town of Jesus“. Review its archaeological finds and assess its historical importance.
Visit Jewish Heritage sites at Safed and learn about the “Goldan age” of Safed as a Kabbalah center, as well as appreciating the noumerous art galleries.
Hike to the top of Montfort Castle, former fortified center of the German Teutonic order in Crusaders times.